|The Minority Health Resource Guide||
The Minority Health Office Resource Guide (46 pages) is a compilation of health and other resources in the State of NH that are available to the public.
From the Table of contents
|The NH Health Equity's Cultural Competence Resource Directory||Cultural Competency Directory
A resource directory compiled by the The New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition for people and agencies committed to culturally-and linguistically-appropriate services in New Hampshire.
Topics included in this directory
|Language interpretation/translation services||Language interpretation/translation services are available through
Language Line (interpretation services from English to over 100 languages), and through several agencies in communities, for example Language Bank (Lutheran Services), a list of translator/interpreters is available online - NHDOE directory of interpreters; and other contacts for cultural competency resources
|Information about working with an interpreter||Working with an ASL-English Interpreter and Providing Visual Accessibility for Deaf Consumers by Amy Frasu, MA, CI, CT|
|The Information Sheet for Serving Immigrants|
|The American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center at the University of Montana Rural Institute|
|NH Works Resources||NHWorks Assistance Guide A compilation of resource information from NH Department of Health and Human Services Assistance Handbook, Helpline Web Site Information, Community Action Program Handbook and the Professional Development Team (PDT).
NHWorks Workforce Professionals resource information, this Web site includes links to the NH Works Manual for Newly Hired Staff, the WIA Youth Service Provider Handbook, NHWorks Guidance Letters and forms used in the WIA system.
|Assistance Guide: Assistance Handbook - Division of Family Assistance - Provides listing of resources for people in need, including food assistance, shelters for the homeless and for battered women, fuel assistance, social services and more. Contains information for contacting various agencies.
The Division of Family Assistance Programs & Services Guide (14 pages) provides a brief overview of programs and services administered by DFA, including general eligibility information. The guide also provides information regarding time frames for eligibility decisions; methods for delivering program benefits as well as District Office and program contact information.
Programs covered and types of information contained in the Programs and Services Guide include
|211 New Hampshire||A telephone resource for information about health and human services that are available in the community. If you are unable to reach this referral service by dialing 2-1-1, an alternate way to reach this service for residents in New Hampshire toll-free 1-866-444-4211.|
|Foundation for Healthy Communities - HealthyNH.com||Cultural Effectiveness and Quality Health Care Project|
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